A Youth Organizer aspirant of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) Prince-Kamal Gumah has promised to kick start a campaign to urge Ghanaians to get vaccinated for their own safety against the deadly Coronavirus.
He commended the Nana Addo-led government for acquiring the vaccines in an attempt to protect the citizenry from the virus which is killing faster in recent times.
Prince-Kamal Gumah implored Ghanaians not to be misled by the negative narrative about the coronavirus vaccines, as the jabs remained the only protection against the impact of the pandemic.
“Ghana needs us and we have a caring president who is ever ready to protect us all. We must all get the jab for our protection and safety.” He advised
Prince-Kamal also assured that the vaccines had been duly certified by the FFA and were safe for usage.
Ghana last Wednesday secured the first batch of 600,000 doses of the UN-arranged COVAX vaccines manufactured by AstraZeneca in India.
The Ghana Health Service will from Tuesday, March 2, to Monday, March 15, 2021, deploy the 600,000 AstraZeneca vaccines.
Persons who would be inoculated during this first vaccination campaign include healthcare workers, frontline security personnel, persons with underlying medical conditions, persons 60 years and above, and frontline members of the Executive, Legislature and Judiciary.